My September/October European sojourn took me from London to Ireland, from Germany to France, and finally from Italy to Croatia.
The Italian Dolomites have always been one of my favorite locations & this time did not disappoint. The moody cloud formations only heightened the appeal of the mountains rather than obscured them. From there we headed off to the oldest national park in southeastern Europe, Plitvice Lakes.
Recognize this photo?
The Indian Ministry of Tourism has selected one of Art’s photos for their long-running Incredible!ndia campaign.
India, go there and roam.
At the Summit, NANPA will honor Art Wolfe with the Lifetime Achievement Award. We are delighted to announce that Art Wolfe will lead the celebration of NANPA’s 20th Anniversary program on Saturday night, March 2, 2013. Join us to share a celebration of Art’s impact on nature photography and NANPA.
Continuing the celebration, 2012 Environmental Impact Award – James Balog will be joining us to host a special private screening of his feature-length documentary, “Chasing Ice,” which chronicled the disappearance of glaciers in Iceland using film and 25 DSLR cameras over three years. The film won the award for Excellence in Cinematography for Documentary Films at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. James will be honored at the general session on Saturday morning.